One of the first and most important things to learn is the proper moisture content in a piece of leather. Having it properly dampened, having just the right amount of moisture in a piece of leather, determines how well your tools react.
A lot of folks often get requests to do the same pattern over and over again, and they really don't want to have to trace every single line, every time. Leather workers, a long time ago, figured out how to do tap offs, and I'd like to show you how tap offs are made. A free video of this tutorial is available on YouTube at https://youtu.be/4NHwS_CIzmE
One of the most challenging aspects of leatherwork for most people is drawing and designing quality tooling patterns for your projects. In this cl...
The veiner tool adds texture and flow to floral designs when it is used correctly. Often, many leather workers do not have the opportunity to have ...
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